Five pieces to the appraisal puzzle during COVID-19
April 8, 2020
Although the guidelines that U.S. financial institutions must adhere to for “Federally Related Transactions” are now a decade old, they are still the road map for appraisers when performing an appraisal ...
A look beneath the surface of the first month of COVID-19 economic data
April 3, 2020
A review of economic data featuring ISM manufacturing data, ADP Private Payrolls data with another record Jobless Claims report double that of last week’s record, and March’s auto sales.
Economic Rulers and Benchmarks Made Obsolete by COVID-19
April 3, 2020
The BLS Jobs report of -700k for March doesn’t measure up to the jobless claims, airline passengers or drop in oil demand measures.
Coronavirus and CRE: Government Finance Interventions
March 27, 2020
K.C. Conway discusses the pros, cons, and considerations for industry professionals regarding the Federal Reserve's recent interventions to stimulate the economy, the FDIC's loan modification guidance to banks, the new loan ...
NAIOP COVID-19: Impacts on Appraisals and Building Management Webinar
March 26, 2020
NAIOP is offering a webinar series on the topics on everyone’s mind related to the COVID-19 public health crisis and our industry.
The Impact of Coronavirus on the Industry
March 25, 2020
K.C. Conway shares helpful insights and tips for commercial real estate professionals to navigate the ever-changing environment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nation waits on Congress
Fed and other agencies step up
March 24, 2020
The Federal Reserve along with many other government agencies, housing authorities, industry associations, corporations, and small businesses are literally throwing everything they have to prevent a depression.
Fast and Furious
March 20, 2020
The big takeaway from this week is that unimaginable stimulus is coming in probably 2-3 waves that is going to target workers first, cities and states second to shore up unemployment ...